I hadn't been to Chan's before, but it was recommended to me, so I stopped in with a family member for a late lunch one Saturday. I have to say that the first impression was not good. The place needs a bath and a paint job. I always think that if the entryway and dining room are dirty, what must the kitchen look like? And it's not like it was a bargain: quite the contrary. They were doing dim sum, but it didn't look too appetizing, so we ordered from the menu. (Even the menus themselves were cruddy... all crossed out and pasted over.) The soup and spring rolls were okay, nothing special. The menu doesn't include descriptions or ingredients, so we asked the server what was in a couple of the entree dishes. She tried to help but didn't have much English and, as it turns out, didn't know the contents of the dishes. We ordered shrimp with garlic sauce which had no garlic, a sweet brown sauce, small shrimp, and a couple of ingredients we didn't want. It was edible, nothing more. At $11.95, it came with one small scoop of white rice. When I asked for another, we were advised there would be an additional $1 charge. We finished and asked for the check but were still grazing and finishing our tea. Four different servers and buspeople tried to clear our table. I just wanted to be left alone to chat, which I said each time. They kept wanting to clear before we were finished. Finally I raised my voice and they got it. Not a pleasant experience. There are many, many better choices.
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